Address:A344 Salisbury, Nr Amensbury, Wiltshire
Stonehenge is one of the oldest prehistoric monuments in the world. Archeologists believe that this circular setting of large stones was constructed about 3,000 2,000 BC. In 1986, the site was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stonehenge is associated with burial ceremonies at early history of its existence.
Hours:Monday 12pm-4:30pm; Thuesday-Sunday 10am-4:30
Address:South Parks Road
Pitt Rivers Museum displays the archeological and ethnographic collections of the Oxford University. The objects are collected from all over the world. This museum can only be accessed through the building od the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
Framlingham Castle is a beautiful fortress/castle from 12th century with long and fascinating history. The castle is surrounded by vast green meadows, and a lake. From 1148, the year of its construction until the end of the 13th century the castle was owned by several nobilities who in spite of its strong walls managed to conquer it.
Address:Swan´s Nest Lane
Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm is the UK´s largest butterfly farm opened in 1985 by David Bellamy where the tropical environment is simulated inside of the greenhouses. Visitors can enjoy watching hundreds of colorful butterflies flying all around.
Buckingham Old Gaol Museum building dates back to 1748 when it was built to serve as a prison, and now it houses a beautiful museum which explores the history of Buckingham. What were once prison cells now are exhibition areas.
Address:The College Street
Durham Cathedral officially called the Cathedral Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin and St Cuthbert of Durham. The Cathedral dates back to the late 11ct and since 1986 is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to its rich and interesting history the cathedral is a marvelous building which developed through centuries.
Address:Sandringham House, King's Lynn, Norfolk
The private home of Her Majesty The Queen.
Trafalgar Square is the largest square in London, situated in the center of the city. It is a public area as well as a tourist attraction. The square is designed by Sir Charles Barry, and it is named Trafalgar to commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar.
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